Admission for Plus Two begins from Today

Bhubaneswar, June 8: The admission process for all the streams of Plus Two began in Odisha this morning. The last date for submitting or applying the form is June 22.

The students can apply both online and offline for admission through the official website of the Higher Education department of the State

The students need to fill up their details in the common application form downloaded from the website. Under the new system, the students will be given options to choose six colleges in the form to apply and after completing the procedure, they need to download two copies of the form, one will be kept as the college copy and another will be with them for future reference.

After downloading the CAF copies, the students need to apply for admission by visiting the nearby Student Academic Management System (SAMS) Resource Centre. They need to deposit the documents and fees required for the admission.

Later, an index number will be issued to the applicants.

The students are advised to choose the colleges after going through the last cut off marks. It will be convenient for the college to select the students as per their seat limits.

For the convenience for the students and the college authorities, the applicants are suggested to provide their phone numbers and the email Ids for further contact.

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